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Amigurumi Hat Baby Free Crochet Pattern

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Today, the new daily crochet pattern Amigurumi Hat Baby Free Crochet Pattern, I want to give you some information about this pattern;

When using the suggested materials, it will be about 30 cm tall.
The listed wool and hook sizes are only suggestions. It is, of course, entirely your
personal choice, which yarn you use.
Please keep in mind that different yarn may result in a bigger or smaller piece. Make
sure to adapt your hook size according to your yarn and personal tension. When
crocheting Amigurumis you should use a much smaller needle size than indicated on
the label or you would use it for other crochet projects so that no holes are made
when the piece is stuffed.
• Wool (Bulky), with me (I guess the used wool is only available in Germany /
Europe, so I describe it a bit more exactly with meterage and recommended hook
size, so that similar wool can be found: G-B Sea Shell (for the clothing – about
100 g – recommended hook size on the label 6-6,5 mm; meterage: 120 m / 100 g)
and for head and hands – Lana Grossa Superbingo color No. 060 (about 75 g –
recommended hook size on the label: 6-7 mm, meterage: 55 m / 50 g)
• Some black, white and eye color (blue with me) – I used DK acrylic yarn like
Schachenmayr Bravo
• Crochet hook in suitable size, with me: 4 mm for the doll, 2.5 mm for the eyes
• Stuffing
• Optional: chalk pastels
• A long darning or tapestry needle
Crochet in continuous rounds (spirals), unless otherwise stated.

Leg (make 2):
Clothing color

  1. sc 6 in MR (6)
  2. inc x6 (12)
  3. (sc 1, inc) x6 (18)
    4.-12. (9 rounds) sc in each st (18)
    1st leg: fasten off invisibly.
    2nd leg: don’t cut the yarn
    Hold both legs close together (see
    picture to the right). Pull the loop like
    shown on pictures below, connect it
    with a chain and slip stitch in one stitch.

Go on with the body:

13. sc 17 around first leg, sc 17 around the second leg (34)

14. sc in each stitch (34) If there is a little hole between the legs close it.

 15. sc 16, inc x2, sc 16 (36)

 16. sc in each stitch (36)

 17. sc 17, inc, 1 sc, inc, sc 16 (38)

 18.-20. (3 rounds) sc in each stitch (38)

21. sc 17, dec x2, sc 1, dec x2, sc 16 (36)

22.-24. (3 rounds) sc in each stitch (36)

 25. (sc 4, dec) x6 (30)

 26. sc in each stitch (30)

27. (sc 3, dec) x6 (24)

28. sc in each stitch (24) Stuff the body.

29. (sc 2, dec) x6 (18) Fasten off, do not close, leave a long tail for sewing. Stuff and shape the body.

Skin color

  1. sc 6 in MR (6)
  2. inc x6 (12)
  3. (sc 1, inc) x6 (18)
  4. (sc 2, inc) x6 (24)
  5. (sc 3, inc) x6 (30)
  6. (sc 4, inc) x6 (36)
  7. (sc 5, inc) x6 (42)
  8. (sc 6, inc) x6 (48)
  9. (sc 7, inc) x6 (54)
    10.-19. (10 Rounds) sc in each st around (54)
  10. (sc 7, dec) x6 (48)
  11. (sc 6, dec) x6 (42)
  12. (sc 5, dec) x6 (36)
  13. (sc 4, dec) x6 (30)
  14. (sc 3, dec) x6 (24)
  15. (sc 2, dec) x6 (18)
    Stuff and shape the head, do not overstuff so you can sculpt the face later.
  16. (sc 1, dec) x6 (12)
    Finish stuffing.
  17. dec x6 (6)
    Fasten off, close, weave in loose ends.
    Skulpting the face:
    Mark eyes and corner of mouth with pins (see
    photo). When placing the needles, try around
    and reposition until everything is fine, especially
    for the mouth, I usually have to correct again
    after shaping the eye sockets.
    Insert a sufficiently long needle (I have very
    long doll needles) and sturdy thread at the
    bottom of the head and come out with the first
    eye (see photos). Reinsert a stitch offset and go back to the starting point at the
    bottom. Tighten the thread gently and knot it well. Repeat the steps for the other
    eye, weave in loose ends.

For the mouth insert needle now on the top of the head, come out at the previously
marked mouth pin, reinsert into the second mouth pin and go back to the starting
point at the top of the head. Tighten thread gently again and knot it well, weave in
loose ends

The nose is embroidered, just whip stitch with skin color until a nose is formed.

The eyes will be most beautiful in joined rounds (join each round with a slst and chain 1).
Original instructions how to make the eye are here (click).

Eye color of choice

  1. sc 6 in MR (6)
  2. inc x6 (12)
    Color change to white.
    3.a. (sc 1, inc) x3 – first half round
    Color change to black.
    3.b. (sc 1, inc) x3 – second half round (18)
  3. sc 6 in MR (6)
  4. jede fM verdoppeln (12)
    Fasten off.
    Knot all the threads well at the back except
    1 white and 1 black one (white for the
    highlights and sewing the white part, black
    for sewing the black part).
    Place the pupil in the eye and sew it on. Embroider with a white ending thread
    highlights in the eyes. Finally sew the eye to the head using the appropriate color of
    the yarn tails.

Hand / Arm (make 2):
Skin color
You will start with an oval (see the diagram).

  1. ch 5, starting in 2nd chain from hook: sc 3, sc
    3 in last st, rotate 180 degrees and crochet
    along the opposite side of the foundation
    chain: sc 2, sc 2 in last st (10)
  2. inc, sc 2, inc x3, sc 2, inc x2 (16)
  3. sc 6, inc, sc 8, inc (18)
    4.-5. (2 Rounds) sc in each st around (18)
  4. (sc 1, dec) x6 (12)
    Color change to clothing color.
    7.-17. (11 Rounds) sc in each st around (12)

Stuff the hand and loosely the lower part of the arm.

  1. (sc 2, dec) x3 (9)
  2. (sc 1, dec) x3 (6)
    Fasten off, close, leave a long tail for sewing.

Bobble cap:
Clothing color.
Crochet in rows. At the end of each row, chain 1 and turn.
Work so many chains that there is enough for the height of the cap and maybe for an
overlay. My numbers:

  1. ch 31, starting in 2nd chain from hook: sc 30, ch 1, turn (30)
    From here on use the back loops only in each row.
    You have to crochet so many rows, until the fabric is long
    enough to reach around the head. My number of rows is just
    for example.
    2.-51. (50 Rows) sc 30, ch 1, turn (30)
    If a sufficient number of rows is reached, first make sure that both – the starting thread and the current thread – are on
    the same side of the crochet piece, if necessary add another row. Then lay the first and last row on top of each other
    (see photo), with the first row facing you and the last row at the back. Insert hook in the first stitch of the front piece and pull the loop through, now sc along the row, always insert hook through the stitch at the front (first row) and through the back loop of the back (last row) and close it this way. If you did everything right, it’s hard to see the difference.
    Fasten off, leave a long tail for closing the top of the cap.
    Thread the ending thread through a darning or tapestry needle and pull up the loops
    at the edge on after each other. Tighten gently until the top of the cap is closed,
    weave in loose ends. Now make a pompom and attach it to the top of the cap. Fold
    over the edge of the cap, put it on the doll and sew it to the head.

OR you just crochet the cap of the original version:

Hat with bobble:

Hat with bobble:

  • sc 6 in MR (6)
  • inc x6 (12)
  • (sc 1, inc) x6 (18)
  • (sc 2, inc) x6 (24)
    5.-7. (3 rounds) sc in each stitch (24)
  • (sc 2, dec) x6 (18)
  • (sc 1, dec) x6 (12)
    Stuff the bobble, cap is not stuffed.
  • dec x6 (6)
  • sc in each stitch (6)
    Change color to hat color
  • sc in each stitch (6)
  • inc x6 (12)
    14.-15. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (12)
  • (sc 3, inc) x3 (15)
    17.-18. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (15)
  • (sc 4, inc) x3 (18)
    20.-21. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (18)
  • (sc 5, inc) x3 (21)
    23.-24. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (21)
  • (sc 6, inc) x3 (24)
    26.-27. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (24)
  • (sc 7, inc) x3 (27)
    29.-30. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (27)
  • (sc 8, inc) x3 (30)
    32.-33. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (30)
  • (sc 9, inc) x3 (33)
    35.-36. (2 rounds) sc in each stitch (33)
  • (sc 10, inc) x3 (36)
  • sc in each stitch (36)
  • (sc 5, inc) x6 (42)
  • sc in each stitch (42)

41. (sc 6, inc) x6 (48)

42. sc in each stitch (48)

43. (sc 7, inc) x6 (54)

44. sc in each stitch (54)

45. (sc 8, inc) x6 (60)

46.-50. (5 rounds) sc in each stitch (60)

Hat decoration: work in one stitch: (sc 1, hdc 1, sc 1), slst 1 in next stitch <— repeat until the end of the round. Fasten off, leaving a long tail to sew the hat to the head. I’ve made a striped hat, because I haven’t had enough of one color for the whole hat.


First sew the head on the body, I always use the mattress stitch for this, so that each head holds with me absolutely solid and can’t wobble. Now sew the arms to the sides of the body directly under the head. If not already done, attach the cap to the head. That’s it :o)

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